Wed
17
May
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Review needed for National Monument designations

Americans deserve to enjoy a variety of benefits from our nation’s abundant, while increasingly pressured, public lands.

Wed
17
May
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Reducing mental health stigma a key to supporting healthy communities

Mental health and substance use disorders impact an estimated 18,000 children and 54,000 adults in Idaho, including many of our friends, neighbors and co-workers.

Wed
10
May
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Grocery tax lawsuit should prevail

Judges make losers out of half the lawyers who argue in front of them, and many of those losers walk away thinking the outcome was wrong.

Wed
10
May
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Addressing the need for more veterinarians

Access to quality animal care is critical to Idaho’s agricultural economy. But, too often, ranchers and farmers cannot access the care they need because of a lack of veterinarians.

Wed
10
May
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Why I’m running for governor

Imagine an Idaho where our children are thriving in school and graduating ready for Idaho jobs.

Wed
03
May
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2018 campaign for governor starts now

In little more than a year, Idahoans will begin making their selections as to who will become the next governor.

Wed
03
May
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Property seizure abuses must end

In past columns, I have written about legislative efforts to stop the abuse of asset seizure laws to take Americans’ property without proof of a crime, or even an arrest or warrant.

Wed
26
Apr
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More legislators are embracing freedom

Yes, it is true, the Governor Formerly Known as a Libertarian vexingly vetoed a number of conservative, free market, liberty-minded bills.

Wed
26
Apr
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Rolling back federal intrusion into public lands

On March 7, 2017, the Senate passed H.J.Res. 44, a resolution of disapproval to overturn the U.S.

Wed
26
Apr
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Grocery tax lawsuit highlights dysfunctional leadership

When you look around the country, you will find only seven states that charge the maximum sales tax on groceries. Unfortunately Idaho is one of them.

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